Top 10 Psychology and Mental Health Topics of 2012Can 2012 be coming to a close already? It’s staggering (and psychologically interesting!) how some years seem to last forever, while others just fly by.

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The good news about 2013 is that every new year brings with it the possibility of a new start and changing some of those aspects about yourself that perhaps could use a little improvement. We’ll be here for you to help you with those goals, as we are every year.

Click through to see our top 10 lists for the World of Psychology blog, our entire blog network, and from our news bureau.

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Top 10 Psychology and Mental Health Topics of 2012

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  1. Very good! Lots of good reading only within one link. Seems like there should be more of these.

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